The furniture is as straight from the pack.I am delighted with my purchases and would recommend them most highly.What do you think?
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Wednesday, 4 May 2016
A scale comparison and a bargain
A few days ago I sent off for some 1/48 scale Dolls furniture to see if it worked with my 28mm figures. It was cheap-£ 1.90 for the furniture in the photo and some other wee bits and bobs.It is plastic. Here it is with a Front Rank chap for comparison-
Posted by tradgardmastare at 20:58
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I think the furniture looks fine with that gentleman. Seem to fit quite nicely as far as size goes.ReplyDelete
Looks good and no painting needed.ReplyDelete
Looks just right, maybe a matt varnish to take away the plastic look? other than that good to goReplyDelete
Yes Alan- quite a good find- at 1:48th the pieces are just right for 28mm - will be just the thing for Skirmish gaming.ReplyDelete
Very nice - that is a good find!ReplyDelete
The 1/48th plastic furniture works well with 28mm figures - I have some. Also Petite Properties 1/48 furniture is very good - if you have patience to assemble it, a little fiddly to do (see https://www.petitepropertiesltd.com/furniture.html).ReplyDelete
It looks an excellent match. I hope to find a few gas lampposts in 1/48 for a project.ReplyDelete
That was a real find! With a coat of matte varnish it will be great.ReplyDelete
Who's the producer of the stuff?
Here's a link-Delete
Very fine...just need to get a wig stand for that fellow.ReplyDelete